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Spend the last five minutes of time looking for other peoples blog posts on the challenge discussion page and leave comments for them. If you can find any errors in peoples work mention it to them, but do so in a way that you'd like people to do to you.
Well done on doing it from memory. I didn't have the patience for that. Here's my effort:
I know my handwriting isn't all that great...a, left-handedness, b, using-a-computer-all-time-ness, and c, all-of-above-ness. ;)
Needless to say, this is, perhaps, the weirdest HTML lesson I've ever experienced.
I enjoyed reading several blogs and hearing about the process for others. Here are the blogs where I left comments:
Hello Oaxaca! I had a look at yours at http://oaxacagold.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/writing-html-by-hand/. It was very good and I found no mistakes in the code at all.
By the way, I like your blog. That sunset picture is really nice!
I just checked https://ghoshdesign.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/my-first-html-coding/ and found it breathtaking. Everything lined up and was super striaght. The penmanship was lovely and this person modified the text. Bravo for a job well done.
- it looks great - love the way you customised the text :)
this are the few that I have commented on. I really like seeing what everyone else has done.
I have added a comment to a peers post at: http://powell-webmaker.blogspot.com/2014/03/hand-coding-html.html?showComment=1395862750039#c4044117673734288204
I commented on Chris' site - http://chrisbowen30.wordpress.com/2014/01/10/my-first-hand-written-html/
I have just written my first code & posted it in my blog.
I just visited your blog and leaved a comment there. your code is nice and clean. How many revisions you made before you came up with the final results? Hope to hear from you soon.
You can visit my blog too if you like, and comments is much appreciated. Thanks